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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

2013/14 Season Review DVD Now Available

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THE 2013/14 campaign heralded the dawn of a new era as Mark Hughes was handed the top job at the Britannia Stadium - and set about rewriting the Club's Premier League history books.

Club records were smashed in the Welshman's first season in charge as he guided the Potters to a first ever top ten Premier League finish, as well as the magical 50 point-mark.

The side leapfrogged Newcastle United to claim ninth spot in the table with a dramatic final day triumph over rivals West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns.

That was one of three successes the side enjoyed 'on the road' in the league, but it was at the Britannia Stadium that they really prospered and created memories that you can relive in the official end of season DVD (priced at £15).


José Mourinho's first ever visit to the Potteries as a manager proved to be a miserable experience for the charismatic Portuguese as Oussama Assaidi's stunning late strike earned City their first win over Chelsea in almost four decades.

More was to come as they beat Manchester United for the first time in the Premier League and dented Arsenal's title hopes with a 1-0 win on their way to claiming 11 points from five games in a memorable March.

Premier League new boys Marko Arnautovic, Erik Pieters and Marc Muniesa adapted quickly to life in England's topflight; Stephen Ireland, Assaidi and Peter Odemwingie capitalised on their chance to shine and 'old stagers' Ryan Shawcross, Asmir Begovic and Glenn Whelan were models of consistency.

Sit back and enjoy the highlights of the 2013/14 season as the 2013/14 season review DVD charts a remarkable campaign for the Potters.

To purchase a copy visit scfcdirect.com, or pop in to one of our two Club Stores at the Britannia Stadium and intu Potteries Shopping Centre.

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